Need an affordable and effective way to buy and sell knives online?
AAPK has created a fantastic high value service for our retail members that includes:
No listing fees
All About Pocket Knives charges only 2% on all knives sold from your personal store with no listing fees! (You will be billed monthly, and only when your balance is equal to or greater than $10).
We are confident that you will find our fees much less expensive than eBay and other competitors. You have nothing to lose. If you do not have success selling knives, you are out nothing. The store is free to set up, and you pay nothing until you sell something.
If you have questions, comments, or concerns regarding this program, or if you are interested in opening a store at All About Pocket Knives, please contact us!
Our video content section is currently under construction. We plan to create an interface where members can link their favorite knife related YouTube videos. We will keep them categorized & organized for easy navigation for fellow members & guests' viewing pleasure.
Joined: Sun Oct 04, 2009 6:53 am Posts: 1346 Location: Florida Panhandle(LA-Lower Alabama)
Went to town with my wife this morning and we saw a junk store that we had not been in before. Usually we see knick-knacks and stuff that doesn't mean much to me. I asked the lady if she had any tools,pocket knives or guns? She said no, so I followed Momma around waiting to get out the door. In a pile of kitchen utensils I saw the name Robeson on a stainless steel steak knife. There were 5 of them. Then I spotted another set tied together that were marked Boker TreeBrand. There was 5 of them also. Wife had found some green glass pieces that she couldn't live without and as she was checking out, I asked the lady about the steak knives, got all of them for $5. Then I spotted some knife sheaths on the desk by the adding machine, asked about them and she said she had to keep that stuff there in the back because it seemed to grow legs and walk out. There were several cheapies from China or Pakistan and then I saw a Buck leather holster for a 110. It had a knife in it and to my surprise it was a 110 C that appears never to have been sharpened. Looks like Zebra wood handles and has "CSX Transportation" symbol in the handle. Couldn't get her to come off the $15 price tag! We needed the steak knives like we need another hole in the head but since they had those names I figured I couldn't go wrong and the Buck had to come home with us too. Treefarmer
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